In Tivat, tourists love snorkeling in the Blue Cave, one of the most popular attractions that can only be reached by boat, and the fortified island of Mamula with the most beautiful sunset. This city is considered an ideal place to relax and work.
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Although most of Tivat is modern and glamorous, here you can find traces of history - the Renaissance Summer House of Buka in the city center, Zwiec Island with sacred monuments, Gornja Lastva, the magnificent beach in Plavi Horizonte and the island of St. Nichol. The spirit of antiquity lives through unique Olympic Games - the Bokar Olympiad and Summer Festivals.
Whether you like hiking, mountain biking or extreme adventure in the canyons, Mount Vrmak overlooking Tivat offers its slopes and a canyon to be conquered. You can snorkel in the Blue Cave, one of the most popular attractions that can only be reached by boat, or visit the fortified island of Mamula with the most beautiful sunset.
No, this is not Monaco ... All these lounging super-yachts on a luxury marina, a luxurious promenade and luxurious apartment buildings, polished restaurants and shops are located in Tivat, Montenegro. Once a modest and ordinary city, Tivat survived a major reconstruction of its marina and surrounding area, and today it is a place where many tourists live and relax in the summer . Tivat, Montenegro is not on the list of the most popular travelers. There is no beautifully preserved Old Town in Tivat, such as Budva, and its center is not remarkable. But for us, Tivat was an ideal place for relaxation, work and, unlike the nearby city of Kotar, which is a major tourist center, gives a real feeling of everyday Montenegrin life.
Well, I understand that I just said that Tivat really does not have the Old Town. And this is not so. At least there are no well-preserved walled cities that can be found in most other major cities of the country. (Believe me, Kotar and Budva are just the beginning of some of the cool Old Towns that are worth exploring in Montenegro.) But technically, Tivat also has an Old Town. Tivat may be a small middle-class city, but Porto Montenegro in Tivat feels a little more ... how to put it ... as if you stumbled upon a set that mimics the French Riviera .
A walk to Donji Lastva is one of the best activities in Tivat (especially if you feel the need to select all seafood that you will definitely enjoy in the city.
If you are looking for a longer stroll, consider going to Gornia Lastva, the “twin village” of Donja Lastva. This ancient settlement is characterized by a picturesque combination of renovated stone houses (used mainly as summer houses), ancient ruins and olive groves. The olive mill operating in the village continues to be used today, and its beautiful 14th-century church, St. Mary's, serves as the center for events and festivals that take place in Mountain Lastva during the summer months. On a small hill above the village is a much older church St. Vida, built in the 9th century. We definitely recommend that you hike to St. View. (Follow the wide path, then follow the narrow shale road to the church.) From the top you can see breathtaking views of both sides of Kotar Bay, as well as distant mountains that remain snowy for most of the year. Ask us where to find the most beautiful sunsets in the world, and I will point you to El Nido, Palawan in the Philippines. But the sunsets over Kotar Bay are no worse. And considering that there is not a single big mountain along this path, as in the city of Kotar, I think it’s clear why we think that taking the time to enjoy the sunset is one of the best activities in Tivat.
Park in one of the many hotels or cafes along the bay, order a cold beer or (our personal favorite) ridiculously available coffee with milk and watch the sky turn pink and purple .
Tivat has its own airport, but most travelers will either fly to Dubrovnik, Croatia, and take a bus from there to Tivat, or fly to Podgorica and catch a bus from there (via Budva).